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Stories

Mark - Prostate Cancer

Mark - Prostate Cancer

Mark Yeadon, 63, is a long-time pastor at a local Lynnwood church whose life has been active and adventurous. But a year and a half ago, he was diagnosed with prostate cancer. Mark knew how to approach this. He asked for advice from close friends who'd had various treatments for prostate cancer. He soon learned that while everyone has an opinion and an experience, in the end, only you know what's right for you.

Anka - Lung Cancer

Anka - Lung Cancer

West Seattle native Anka Milenkovic-Bobo has always had seasonal allergies, including allergy-induced asthma, but when her breathing difficulties and cough didn’t improve after a year despite inhalers, her doctor suggested they conduct some additional testing. An X-ray and CT scan revealed a lump in her lung just as COVID made access to care more complicated. After a biopsy confirmed a localized adenocarcinoma, Anka researched various cancer centers in the area, settling on proton therapy.

Tina - Triple Negative Breast Cancer

Tina - Triple Negative Breast Cancer

Tina Christian-Lenson has always understood the value of a healthy lifestyle and regular cancer screenings; after all, she works in healthcare. But when she was diagnosed with an aggressive form of breast cancer, she became the patient — and gained a new perspective on how important it is for patients to advocate for their care.

Kathy - Head & Neck Cancer

Kathy - Head & Neck Cancer

Kathy is a two-time cancer survivor who credits her niece Hanna with helping her throughout her treatment at the Center. Read how Hanna made a difference!

Librada - Benign Brain Tumor

Librada - Benign Brain Tumor

Librada, a physician who lives in the Bahamas, came all the way to Seattle for surgery and proton therapy to treat a benign but bothersome brain tumor. She did a lot of research to make sure she was getting the best care possible. Read Librada's story to learn more.